Finishing eighth, the 2022 campaign was a strong recovery for Haas. The 37 points scored was the third-best return for the team.
It was more than the outfit's combined points haul from the previous three seasons.
Eighth place in the constructors' standings was also the best outcome since 2018.
Magnussen return fires up Haas
Magnussen's P5 in the Bahrain season-opener was Haas' best result of the season and was also the team's first top-five finish since the 2018 Austrian Grand Prix.
The Dane also became F1’s latest new pole-sitter at the São Paulo GP in his 140th race. That’s the third-longest wait to take a pole after Sergio Pérez  and Carlos Sainz .
It was the first pole for a US-owned team since Shadow at the 1975 British GP
and also the longest wait for any team before their maiden pole position - 143
It was just the second time in F1 history that a Ferrari engine had taken pole position for a team other than the Scuderia. The only other time it happened was when Vettel put his Toro Rosso on pole at the 2008 Italian GP.
Schumacher's post-summer slump
All of Mick Schumacher’s 12 points came in the first part of the season. He was
the only driver not to score after the summer break.
This ultimately cost the German his seat for 2023.
Aston Martin - New era, same outcome
Aston Martin finished seventh in the constructors' standings for the fourth time in five years.
The team's 55-point haul was its lowest since 2009, when it was previously known as Force India, scoring just 13 points.
Aston Martin driver merry-go-round
The team fielded the most drivers this year amongst all teams with five.
Nico Hülkenberg filled in for Sebastian Vettel at the opening two races after the four-time champion was ruled out with Covid. De Vries then donned the green overalls during FP1 at Monza.
Reigning F2 champion Felipe Drugovich secured his maiden outing with the team during FP1 at Abu Dhabi, in place of regular driver Lance Stroll.
Vettel keeps Aston Martin record alongside Red Bull
Vettel claimed the last available point in both his debut at the 2007 United States Grand Prix and replicated this outcome at his final event in Abu Dhabi.
Since 2020, only Red Bull, Mercedes and Racing Point/Aston Martin have led at least one lap in each season.
Stroll and Sergio Perez led a combined 58 laps for Racing Point in 2020, with Vettel topping the order for four laps at the 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
A two-lap stint at the front for Vettel at this year's United States Grand Prix ensured this unlikely statistic extended for another year.
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